Breaking Barriers for the Visually Impaired

 
$14,019
$35,481
Raised
Remaining
Jun 22, 2010

Forging Ahead

One of our wonderful students attending class
One of our wonderful students attending class

As part of an ongoing effort by the Ann Foundation to improve efficiencies, we have moved our project to Vellore, a city in Southern India, where space is available to continue our work. This move will allow us to reduce costs, better allocate donations, and reach a greater number of disabled children in need. We have recently sent a trusted volunteer to the field to set up the infrastructure. She will soon send us the pictures from the field, which will be uploaded on the site. We hope that you will check back in to view the photos from this exciting new project. We at The Ann Foundation are thrilled to have the opportunity to build yet another successful school where English and technology courses can empower and educate young people, giving them new chances for their futures.

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Ann Moideen

Founder
NY, NY United States

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Map of Breaking Barriers for the Visually Impaired